The Library offers 34 Group Study Rooms for student use. Reservations can be made online up to one day in advance.
A variety of laptops, tablets, cameras, and other technology is available for checkout on the 4th floor of the Library by students, faculty, and staff.
The Library offers faculty and staff the opportunity to reserve computer classrooms for academic needs.
Join us to learn how OER can benefit both you and your students; how to evaluate resources; and where open resources can be found. This free workshop is offered through the Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL). Attendees will have the opportunity to review a textbook that is in the Open Textbook Library. If you choose to write a review, you will receive an official thank you letter from PASCAL for your promotion/tenure file.
Students stop by the 4th Floor Room 424 for FREE Coffee
Our online tutorials and courses cover a range of topics that guide you through using our resources and services. You must self-enroll in order to access any tutorials or courses.
The archival collections include historic photographs, yearbooks, school newspapers, course catalogs, business papers of administrative offices, rare books and special collections.
We use digital technology to collect, preserve and provide access to information. Our digital collections are open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the general public.
The Things Which Keep Him Busy part of the Waring Historical Library Medical Caricatures Collection.
While every period of history contains dramatic events, the COVID-19 pandemic is an extraordinary time in medical history. The MUSC COVID-19 Archive has been created to document the daily life of the Medical University of South Carolina, its students, faculty, and staff as well as the lives of those in South Carolina and the Southeast impacted by healthcare and the pandemic.